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Humor is an important tool in Ken Carter's arsenal as a regular substitute teacher at Grandview schools.
The city of Grandview Heights will review and likely revise its zoning code this year.
A laptop computer and a metal cash box containing $150 were reported stolen March 5 from a business in the 1300 block of Grandview Avenue.
It sounds like something out of a Frank Capra movie -- or perhaps a reality TV show called Extreme Makeover: Business Edition.
Now that winter is showing signs of relenting, Grandview Heights is ready to begin its annual inspection of sidewalks and residential properties.
All three schools in the Grandview Heights City School District were placed on lockdown for about 70 minutes the morning of March 5, after an armed robbery occurred in Columbus.
Fish and pasta are on the menu this Lenten season in the Grandview and Marble Cliff community.
The Grandview Heights finance department is a recipient of the Auditor of State Award of Distinction for 2012.
Grandview Heights High School
Grandview Heights High School will use a new master schedule for the 2014-15 school year that's designed to reduce the number of students unable to take classes they want or need because of scheduling conflicts.
The Grandview Heights school board, district staff and community members appear to be in sync for the most part when it comes to the skills and characteristics they want in the new superintendent.
The stage at the Columbus Performing Arts Center this weekend will become the arena for a battle between good and evil.
Thirty-five artists this month will exhibit original artwork crafted from scrap material used to fabricate Lustron homes during the post-World War II housing boom in the United States.
Cole Porter's 66-year-old, Tony-winning tale of backstage shenanigans is winning over a whole new group: Grandview Heights High School students.
The dates for the March and April Grandview Heights school board meetings have been changed to the third Tuesday of each month.
Alison Thompson of Grandview was named to the dean's list at Otterbein University for the fall semester. Students must be enrolled full time and achieve a grade point average of 3.6 or better to be named to the list. Thompson also was among the university's December graduates.
The American Red Cross will conduct a blood drive from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, March 10, at the Bravo Brio Restaurant Group, 777 Goodale Blvd.